We provide our clients with world-class strategy to help them maximize impact and drive change.
Polling and Strategy for
Domestic & International Campaigns
GQR, a woman-owned business, helps progressive candidates campaign, win, and govern. You want to make an impact and win your race—don’t leave it to chance.
What we do best: creating compelling messages that evoke emotion and move your audience to action.
Digital & Social Media
We work with international and US campaigns to employ best practices to advance campaign goals. Our strategies put technology to use to tell your story, engage your audience wherever they may be, and move them to action. We assist international and domestic clients with a wide variety of digital support.
We start with science and use our opinion research to identify opportunities and weaknesses in a brand’s image, reputation, and messaging.
We bring a strategic decision-making approach to analytics. By combining polling experience with cutting-edge statistical techniques, we utilize a common sense approach to help campaigns, organizations, and corporations leverage data to understand and motivate their target audiences.
4 WAYS TO FIGHT DISINFORMATION IN 2020
GQR’s VP Jiore Craig shares her thoughts on how campaigns can keep calm in the face of disinformation and the constantly evolving social media policy changes in 2020 in an article featured in Campaigns & Elections.
Voters would prefer a Labour-Liberal Democrat coalition over Labour-SNP
GQR’s new poll of Great Britain shows that all possible coalition combinations are unpopular with the general public, with all receiving a net negative approval rating.
GQR’s Anna Greenberg Joins the Board of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
GQR is proud to announce that our own Anna Greenberg, Ph.D. has been selected to join the Board of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research.
Disabled workers are significantly more likely to forego essentials than non-disabled workers
New GQR Poll of Great Britain: Brexit & Political Messaging
Voter reaction to Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal, how messaging on the deal affects support for it, and dynamics around a potential General Election